We were originally awarded Priority 3 time (approximately 60,000 sec) with Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) to obtain a complete ISOPHOT (PHT32-C200) map of a nearby prototypical giant molecular cloud (GMC). Following the FALL launch and revised estimates for the sensitivity of the ISOPHOT detectors, our program was modified to fit within the time constraints while still carrying out the main science requirements. The revised program requested long strip maps of our FALL target (NGC7538) using sequences of PHT37/38/39 observations with LWS observations of the brightest regions. The large number of AOTs required to cover each GMC required that our observations be spread over four separate proposals (PROP-01, PROP-02, PROP-03, PROP-04) which together comprise a single observing program. Our program was executed in early 1997; nearly 50,000 sec of data were obtained, including all of our requested ISOPHOT C200 observations. None of the LWS data were taken.